As a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Apple has stopped selling iPhone and other popular items in the country. In a statement released on Tuesday, the Silicon Valley hacking agency outlined its punishment measures in the wake of international outrage over Russia’s attack on Russian President Vladimir Putin. Other major American companies, such as Google and Twitter, have scaled their operations in Russia.
But Apple’s actions could lead to retirement. At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where Apple is not present, technology experts are assessing the impact of the iPhone manufacturer’s decision. Analyst Ben Wood called it a “big step”, at least in terms of the message it sent. “It’s an important piece of information from arguably the largest consumer electronics player on the planet,” Wood said. But Wood said the move will not have a significant impact on his business. Dcc Wire Lvs Dccbg Ap-Video Russia Ukraine-Russia Conflicts War Attack Stores Until Apple Iphone Corporate Crackdown